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Monday, May 03, 2004
Dravid's success formula to NCA trainees
BANGALORE, MAY 2. A goal backed by hard work is the key to success, said Rahul Dravid while inaugurating the National Cricket Academy's (NCA) training sessions here on Sunday morning. "Fifteen years ago I was no different from you (trainees). And ...
Vinay, Aiyappa shine
BANGALORE, MAY 2. Vinay Uthappa's 78 and N.C. Aiyappa's four-wicket haul helped KSCA XI defeat Nepal by 67 runs in a practice match at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Sunday. KSCA XI scored 280 for seven in 50 overs and restricted Nepal to 213 ...
This is the best team: Sandeep Kirtane
CHENNAI, MAY 2.Non-playing captain Sandeep Kirtane is over the moon. Rightly so. For this Indian tennis team has achieved what none before it had done topping the under-16 Asia-Oceania Zone of the Davis Cup held at Colombo. With the ...
Hail Roddick the hero
ROME, MAY 2.Andy Roddick, the world's No. 2 tennis player, was hailed as a hero on Saturday after helping guests to escape a fatal blaze in a five-star hotel in Rome. Three people lost their lives in the fire, which engulfed the top floors of ...
Third career title for Davydenko
MUNICH, MAY 2. Russia's Nikolay Davydenko swept past fourth-seeded Dutchman Martin Verkerk 6-4, 7-5 at the BMW Open to win his third career title on Sunday. Verkerk, last year's losing French Open finalist, made too many unforced errors from ...
Australia routs India
BUDERIM (AUSTRALIA), MAY 2.The Australian women's field hockey team saved its best performance for last by beating India 9-2 on Sunday in the fifth Test to win the series 2-0. Australian striker Julie Towers scored three goals and Nicole ...
HAL secures final phase berth
BANGALORE, MAY 2.It was a perfect Sunday for Dayanand as HAL not only notched its third consecutive victory but also secured a berth in the final phase of the Second Division National Football League in progress here at the Football Stadium. ...
Billiards & Snooker
Rahil Gangjee claims Volkswagen Masters China
BEIJING, MAY 2.Indian rookie Rahil Gangjee won his first Asian Tour title on Sunday after holding his nerve to take the inaugural Volkswagen Masters China in a sudden-death play-off. The 25-year-old showed the poise of a veteran at Pine Valley ... Congrats, Indian juniors!
Sir After the cricket team, it is the turn of the junior hockey team to conquer the Pakistanis at home. Congratulations to them for winning the Asia Cup in Pakistan. The younger generation is showing more aggression and fire in their ...
Sports : General
Rajath and Shamini live up to billing
DINDIGUL, MAY 2. Madras' A. Rajath Kamal, the State No. 1, lived up to his reputation to claim the men's singles title in the Tamil Nadu State inter-district table tennis championship, conducted by Dindigul District Table Tennis Association, at ...
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